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Pinnacle's new five-ball family has a fresh Dimension
March 29, 2010

Pinnacle, long-standing leader in the distance and performance value golf ball category, has introduced a five-model 2010 family, including the all-new Pinnacle Dimension.

Pinnacle DimensionPinnacle's all-new line-up is led by the Pinnacle Dimension, which offers golfers the famous Pinnacle distance with cut-proof durability and exceptional greenside feel.

Benefiting from large, soft core technology, the Pinnacle Dimension provides a high initial velocity to maximise distance, and benefits from a high coverage dimple design for a consistent ball flight with minimum dispersion.

The new Pinnacle Dimension has a SRP £11.50 per dozen.

Pinnacle has also launched updated versions of the legendary Pinnacle Gold - the Uk's 5th biggest selling golf ball model* - namely the Pinnacle Gold Distance, which offers golfers who prioritise distance the ultimate long game ball, and Pinnacle Gold Precision, offering Pinnacle distance with feel on all shots and improved accuracy.

The new Pinnacle Gold Distance and Pinnacle Gold Precision are sold in 15-ball packs at a SRP of £12.

Pinnacle Gold Distance Pinnacle Gold Precision

New Pinnacle Lady and Pinnacle Lady Lavender balls complete Pinnacle’s new range, offering value conscious women golfers exceptional Pinnacle distance and soft feel in traditional white or a new lavender pearl cover.

Pinnacle Lady and Pinnacle Lady Lavender are also sold in 15-ball packs at a SRP of £12.

Pinnacle Lady Pinnacle Lady Lavender

* Golf Datatech UK retail audit for Jan-Dec 2009

 





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